A lot of businesses are scrambling to get their business in the cloud, but most online businesses are working to do the opposite. From Google to Facebook and beyond, digital networks are spending a large proportion of their development resources finding ways to connect at a local level. Why? It’s more relevant to users. Think
The more years that pass, and the more resolutions that I make and forget about, the sillier I think the whole tradition is. Am I right? Don’t get me wrong, I love goal setting and anyone that knows me will say that I am the girl with a plan. So why the distaste for resolutions?
So often when we start to work with a client, we realize that they aren’t the owners of their digital brand. What I mean by that is that they have no control over their email hosting, website domain or administrative rights to their social networking pages. They’ve handed over the keys to their online reputation
Just because you have a Facebook page and are all-around awesome, doesn’t mean people will find and like your page. Building up a network on the popular social network is hard work that is never truly complete as once you get their like you have to work to keep their interest. Much harder some would
Twitter and Facebook are not interchangeable terms. Veteran users are familiar with the differences, but those that are new to salon marketing may not see the differences immediately (and perhaps just see them both as an annoyance). These two social gems are great in their own rights and bring a lot to the table for
Have you changed the name of your business and are wondering how to update your established Facebook page? It’s actually more simple than you think. If you have under 200 fans, then it’s as simple as logging in as the administrator and selecting Edit Page and Update Page Info. You’ll see the option to update